Jacksonville raceway, 2 Duval County food trucks stopped in their tracks for failing health inspections

Jacksonville raceway, 2 Duval County meals vans stopped of their tracks for failing well being inspections

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Three meals distributors have been issued emergency shutdown orders by meals security inspectors with the Division of Resorts and Eating places within the final two weeks.

Jacksonville Worldwide Raceway

Jacksonville Worldwide Raceway was busted by inspectors on July 25. The raceway was promoting a sizzling canine, pulled pork, chili, and different meals gadgets with no license.

The report exhibits the meals providers violated 17 completely different security requirements, together with workers not washing fingers, presence of bugs or rodents, and uncooked animal merchandise not separated.

The raceway scored the latter violation for storing uncooked hen over a loaf of sizzling canine bun. See the complete particulars of the report right here.

The inspection was triggered by a criticism made on July 4. The criticism was principally associated to the promoting of its meals, however inspectors discovered extra violations on the raceway within the bogs, citing the stall doorways weren’t self-closing and the ladies’s restroom wasn’t supplied with a coated garbage can. There have been extra violations for lights, flooring, and partitions being out of compliance.

Notably, there was no hand-washing sink for workers to make use of.

Jacksonville Worldwide Raceway’s meals providers are supposed to stay closed till they get correct licensing, however that may not be attainable.

A notice within the inspector’s report says the property isn’t licensable as a result of there isn’t any sink for hand-washing and no mop sink.

Sabores Olanchanos Meals Truck

On July 24, a Duval County meals truck, the Sabores Olanchanos was issued an emergency shut down order after an inspector discovered the truck didn’t have working water, but it surely’s the make-shift means they have been getting water to the truck that caught our consideration.

A notice within the report says the operator of the truck was utilizing water from an uncovered trash can outdoors, to then pour right into a water pump, which might make water move out a faucet for the handwashing sink. The move would solely final for a few seconds earlier than it shut off once more.

There have been additionally 20 reside roaches discovered within a cupboard.

The meals truck racked up 12 violations in whole. 10 of them have been corrected by the inspector’s return the following day, however a problem with the meals truck’s licensing would require one other follow-up go to from the inspector.

Restaurant Experiences: Failing inspection | Return inspection requiring follow-up

Joyshtick Meals Truck

The Joyshtick Meals Truck was the one meals vendor from final week to get an emergency shut down order. The truck struggled to repair a damaged pipe, which was the rationale for the shutdown.

The inspector’s report exhibits the water from the hand-washing sink was draining beneath the truck, onto the bottom.

On the inspector’s preliminary inspection, 4 useless roaches have been discovered within the reach-in cooler however that was corrected on-site.

JoyShtick was closed for 2 days however reopened with an ideal scoring inspection.

Restaurant Experiences: Failing inspection | Comply with-up inspection | Failing inspection | Last inspection with an ideal rating

News4Jax displays restaurant inspections in District 5 for the Division of Resorts and Eating places each week. District 5 covers Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Dixie, Duval, Flagler, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Levy, Marion, Nassau, Putnam, St. Johns, Suwannee, and Union Counties.

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